We've all seen her many times, her eyes sadly scanning the strip for her peers as she sips coffee or a martini at Segafredo on Lincoln Road. That young woman with the bangin' body and the face of an angel, hanging on the arm of some dude you're hoping isn't her grandfather, seeing as his crepe pa ... More >>
Gunther Schuller's name may not be as well known as say, Miles Davis, Ornette Coleman or Ludwig Von Beethoven. And yet, in his own way, he brought their musical mores together by creating a unique synthesis of jazz and classical music that not only helped to redefine modern music, but also proved ... More >>
Senior Idol, a Broward competition that pits senior citizens against each other in a singing competition demonstrated that wit, talent, and vibrancy doesn't fade with age. Many older crooners sing with more feeling and humor because they have life experiences that give them awesome emotional range ... More >>
Adrienne Arsht makes her debut this year on the The Chronicle of Philanthropy's top 50 American philanthropists, thanks largely to her donation last year of $30 million to the downtown performing arts center that now bears her name. In total, Arsht donated $43.3 million in 2008, placing her at numbe ... More >>
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Playing music for 80 years and counting, Israel "Cachao" López is still going strong
Puccini's spaghetti western opens the Florida Grand Opera fall season
Joel Schumacher's version of a theater classic gets a tragic ending of its own
Under pressure to fill the classical-music void, WLRN-FM braces for the fugue feud
The Life of Reilly
July 30 - August 5, 1998
In an era when race relations were ugly, the Sunlight Beauty Academy did its part to make black Miami a more lovely place
Can a Spanish dancer take flamenco into the new millennium?
Eisenhower was president, shark-finned Cadillacs ruled the highways, and Miami Beach was the nightlife capital of the Western Hemisphere